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morning. we just got an update from police here. about 30 minutes ago. the alleged victim is the sheriff's wife. she called 911 and told officers at their pasadena home that their husband, sheriff robert bait man, assaulted her. officers also noticed injuries to her face described as minor and damage to an exterior door and then arrested the sheriff about 7:30 sunday evening. >> minor abrasions, scrapes, bumps, bruises, i would say, with some swelling. are we sad about the incident? of course, we are. it's been very important to us as a police department that we did the right thing for
right reasons at the right moment in this incident. >> reporter: back here live at the police department. sheriff bateman was arrested without incident charged with second degree assault which is a misdemeanor and has been released on his own personal recognizance, his weapons and credentials taken. he has denied any wrongdoing. still uncertain what his status is, of course. he's an elected official. not sure whether he's on paid or unpaid leave pending the outcome of this investigation. the police chief, of course, careful to say that his office is taking great steps to handle this investigation very carefully since, of course, sheriff bateman has a very long history in this county, elected in '06 but has been in law enforcement for a very long time in this county. that is the latest live. back to you. a man is in the hospital after an
shooting in laurel. police responded to the indus food market on fourth street just before midnight of reports of a burglary. a 15-year-old was caught running out of that store and was quickly arrested. he's been released to his mother now. when police entered the market, there was a problem with a second suspect and police shot a 20-year-old man. he is in the hospital in stable condition. this morning the 17-year veteran who fired his gun is on routine administrative leave. maryland state lawmakers are running out of time to pass a drunk driving law named after noah leona. noah's law is under debate after it passed the house and senate. they are trying to decide on two different versions. the law would require interlock devices for drunk drivers. >> please stand up, fight for yo
community to make sure the law gets passed, that these unnecessary provisions are dealt with next year and not part of noah's law. >> leona was killed by a suspended drunk driver in december. his family wants a version of the law to pass. they said they would sign it as soon as it got to the mayor's desk. there are some key bills we are watching, a major criminal justice bill that reduces prison sentences for non-violent drug offenders needs a vote in the house and the senate. a police reform bill that changes how police are hired and trained is still in committee. and a measure that helps close the gender pay gap is waiting for the governor's signature. there is a new push to protect your cars in a place where people keep vandalizing them. jeremy pike wants the state to pay for security cameras at the horner road community lot in woodbridge. we told you every time cars
times in the past year, senator pike started a petition to have permanent security cameras installed there. well, we had some rain move through our area earlier this morning, but it is all out of here, thank goodness. we're still seeing some cloud cover out there right now, but i do believe we're all going to get some sunshine as we get into the afternoon. some of us have some sunshine right now. most of us have these winds, and these winds are coming out of the south. you can see wind gusts up to about 25 miles an hour. thael that's the way it's going to be throughout the remainder of the day, but the good news is wind is coming out of the south and it's helping to bump up those temperatures. shenandoah valley a little bit of sun. 60s, and we're stuck here at 54 in washington where we've been for quite some time. finally climbing out of the 40s, eventually we will crawl to the upper 50s and low
more rain on the way, especially tomorrow morning. the terrorist who carried out the attack in paris had planned it. this was ibrahim abrini. he is charged with mass murder in brussels and paris. a cia director says under any future president he would defy an order to have his agency waterboard a terrorist suspect. an exclusive nbc news interview, dr. john brennan spoke about enmanslaughtered interrogation techniques. the cia used waterboarding on terror suspects after the 9/11 attacks. president obama banned the practices in 2009. dr. brennan said the agency will continue to outlaw the practice no matter what the circumstances.
to having any cia officer carrying out waterboarding again. >> republican presidential frontrunner donald trump has said that if elected president, he would authorize the use of waterboarding. another presidential primary is coming up, and we have a new poll about the frontrunners here. voters think hillary clinton would do a better job than donald trump on several topics, including making america great. she edged him out 33-28 in that one. voters also had them pretty close in handling the economy and creating jobs. the margin of error was plus or minus 3.3%. nbc's tracie potts tells us the battle is heating up between all the candidates. >> this is a crooked system, folks. i've won twice as much as cruz, i've won millions and millions of votes more. >> reporter: but ted cruz swept all of colorado's delegates in the past week, including 13 more over the weekend. cruz is in california today where he's polling much strong
primary. john kasich got his biggest crowd ever in new york this weekend, 3,000 people. and the democrats. here's bernie sanders' new ad targeting new yorkers. >> brooklyn born, native son. >> reporter: and he's targeting hillary clinton. >> she may have the experience to be president of the united states, no one can argue that, but in terms of a judgment or something is clearly lacking. >> reporter: today a long island event on gun violence, clinton fights back, fighting against sanders holding people liable. president obama is promising clinton will not get a free pass on her e-mail. >> nobody gets treated differently when it comes to the justice department because nobody is above the law. >> reporter: and we can hear more about that thursday when the democrats debate in new york. tracie potts, nbc
washington. mark murray is a senior political editor for nbc news. he joins us now. i want to start where we just ended with tracy and president obama's comments about hillary clinton. should we read into that. >> one of the things you should read into that wasn't part of the clip is president obama repeatedly praising hillary clinton. he hasn't endorsed her, but he's coming very closely. also as far as the e-mail investigation, aaron, i think what we've seen so far is a very deliberate, very slow process from the fbi and the justice department to check everything. politics plays a role. that won't do anything to take away concerns critics have, but i think the administration wants to conserve that every part of due diligence has been put on this issue. >> ted cruz and donald trump won over the weekend. >> donald trump is a favorite. many polls have him at 50% where heig
delegates. i was on the ground in wisconsin where ted cruz had an overall advantage, and he cleaned up. it also showed donald trump's disorganization. they had misspellings for delegates, they had people with wrong numbers. you had a very organized ted cruz operation, a very disorganized donald trump one. >> i feel like we had that conversation after iowa, too, the difference between ted cruz's people and donald trump's people in iowa, and here we are again making the same point. does that suggest anything? >> well, it suggests that donald trump is still the frontrunner despite those disadvantages. i think the one thing for the likely republican nominee, it's going to be whoever is a more powerful force. that is, donald trump's ability to win in new york, maybe california in june, or ted cruz's ability to play the inside game better. >> we will see. mark murray, thank you. appreciate it. barbara? today some excitement at the verizon center. the capitols are painting the ice with the logo for the stanley cup playoffs which w
the caps were basically the best team in hockey this year and they have high hopes for the year. they won't play, though, until thursday. the death of a former nfl player being called senseless and tragic this morning. after the break, what police are now saying about the apparent road rage incident that left will smith dead. plus, this video seems normal for a five guys restaurant, but far from it. what police say this man was doing at
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a man was arrested for breaking into a five guys restaurant to make a hamburger. they are now looking for this man. the thief followed a delivery guy into that five guys at urban street in columbia heights on friday morning. he waited for the delivery man to leave and thep startn starte cooking. you can also see the man was on the phone while he made that burger. he left the restaurant with that burger and a bottle of water. no cash. some details about what led up to a shooting that left former nfl player will smith dead. he was shot and killed in an apparent road rage incident in new orleans over the weekend. >> this morning police are trying to figure out if revenge may have played a role in the shooting. nbc's gabe gutierrez has more on the possible connection between smith and the shooter. >> the
mourning the loss of former defensive end will smith. >> while it is an isolated incident, it is certainly tragic on every level and all sides. >> just hours before his death, he tweeted he was having a blast at a festival in the french quarter. but around 11:30 saturday night, police say a hummer rear-ended smith's mercedes and the drivers exchanged words. the driver of the hummer, 34-cold cordell hayes, opened fire. smith was shot multiple times and pronounced dead at the scene. >> we saw the man advance with a gun in hand and we heard the shots. it was probably six to eight shots that occurred. >> reporter: his wife shot in the leg and rushed to the hospital. he is now charged with second-degree murder. he once received a settlement by the city over the 2005 shooting death of his father who had a history of mental illness. earlier in the evening, smith had dinner with a former police officer named in the lawsuit, but so far police say they don't know if there was a link
this was just a road rage incident. >> at this time we do not have any information to suggest that they knew one another or that this was anything other than an accident that turned into a dispute, disturbance that turned viole violent. >> reporter: the saints drafted smith back in 2004 and he spent all nine of his nfl seasons with the team. he made the pro bowl in 2006 and helped the saints win the super bowl in 2010. >> it is so rare these days in nfl to have a player spend an entire career with one team, and i think that's why this really resonates with the city and the people of new orleans, because they belonged to will and will belonged to them. >> reporter: around nfl, the shock is sinking in. saints quarterback drew brees tweeting, mourning the loss of a great friend and quarterback, will smith. such a senseless tragedy. in a written statement, smith's family said, we are thankful for the outpouring of people's thoughts and prayers. we appreciate continued privacy
husband, father and friend. within the hour, expect to see hundreds of university students rally against sexual assault. last month students protested the university's handling of a suspended sexual assault at a campus dorm involving two residential advisers. howard university administrators and police are investigating that case. a mother was right next to her son when charles county deputies say a driver ran into the boy. this morning the 10-year-old boy is in critical condition. deputies say the boy was crossing mcdaniel road in waldorf with his mother when the crash happened yesterday afternoon. they were/h;a÷6uxc
first u.s. secretary of state to visit hiroshima. the japanese city was the target of a u.s. atomic bomb at the end of world war ii. he marked the occasion by laying a wreath at the city's peace memorial. kerry said he was moved by the experience. >> it reminds everybody of the extraordinary complexity of choices of war and what war does. >> kerry's visit marks a revolution as viewers have avoided hiroshima because of sensitivities. no u.s. official has visited that site. i'm angie goss here at the live desk with breaking news. we're getting word that an adult male has been sab
we are talking with d.c. police. at this point it is not clear whether or not he was stabbed inside the station or outside the station. no information on suspects at this point. the condition of the individual who was stabbed unknown. we are still making calls. now, remember, this comes a little more than a week after a newspaper vendor allegedly stabbed another man at the addison road metro station. we'll continue to follow up on stoe the story and break in with new details. after the break, the masters meltdown that people are talking about this morning. and storm team 4 radar, slowly clearing this morning. but the rain does not stay
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your side. a bird strike forced a plane headed from ronald reagan international airport to ford international airport to turn around shortly from taking off in florida. the pilot of flight 4680 had to actually shut down one of the plane's engines because of the strike. the plane was able to land safely back in key west to their national airport. our news partner is reporting that passengers were booked on other flights, so hopefully they got here. >> you can watch this video again and again. a hole-in-on
how about three of them? three players all hit a hole-in-o hole-in-one on the same hole in yesterday's tournament. that's a record, in case you're wondering. watch the ball going, going and right in there. then it happened again, and it happened again. you kind of have to wonder if that's luck or there's something about that hole. >> they look like they had sunshine. it looks like it was a nice day to be out there playing. >> it wasn't such a great day for all the players there, though, especially defending champion jordan spieth should be hanging another green jacket today, but he had a major meltdown and pretty much gave it away here. >> in fact, he had to put the jacket on the winner, danny wille willett. spieth was winning heading into the last nine holes and shot a quadruple bogey on one of them. he had the chance to be only the fourth player ever to w
masters in back-to-back years. can you imagine how he felt walking away? >> you know what, he's 22 years old, so he's got a long golf career ahead of him. he'll be okay. >> were you missing the tiger out there? >> people definitely -- you look for him when you hear about gig golf tournaments, and when he's not there, some people notice. >> we're looking forward to a break from last week's cold weather, but it's looking kind of rainy out there to start the week. >> at least we're not dealing with the severe weather actually threatening millions of people today. take a look at the video here. this is the hail and rain that fell overnight in parts of texas. the same storm system threatens to bring isolated tornadoes, hail, even heavy rain to parts of east texas, arkansas, louisiana, so they're bracing for some of that rough weather out there. >> lauren, we've had nasty weather. >> yes. it's been cold. >> it's been really cold, and then it was kind of doing something out t
>> there were spritzes of showers out there. >> it's gone? >> yeah, it's gone. we will start to see some clearing out there. if you're seeing some clearing, lucky you. not everybody getting some sunshine. we're still stuck in clouds here in the d.c. area. as we continue through the day, we will eventually get some sunshine. we do have some showers out there, but we will get some clearing as we continue into the day. now, the showers, again, are gone. this is why i said maybe there is just a little shower activity out there right now. we're starting to see it here in the winchester area. i'm going to go ahead and have you go to max 1 because that's where all my graphics are. this is what we're looking out for on the radar. it is going to continue to move in here, and i don't know if that's hitting the ground right now. we're not seeing anything in our area, but we could actually see it. yeah, let's go to max 2 because i know these aren't my graphics. as we go through the remainder of the day where it says weather
as we go through the remainder of the day, i'll just go ahead and tell you we are looking at some sunshine out there, we are looking at some breezy conditions as well. and we won't see some breezy conditions throughout not only today but also into tonight. now, tomorrow morning we'll have some more rain moving back into the region, and that rain will head through our area, so get ready for another messy commute for your tomorrow morning. but by tomorrow afternoon, then we start to clear out and temperatures by the end of this week going to be right around 60 degrees. we're headed to 70 by the time we get into sunday. guys? >> thank you, lauren. important information if you take georgia avenue in the district. after the break, how to avoid a costly ticket. and we've
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welcome back to news4 midday. we're keeping an eye on several developing stories at this hour. first a sheriff accused of assaulting his wife. an anne arundel sheriff was arrested at his house. his wife said he hurt her. he denies any wrongdoing but he is on leave now. a man was shot in an officer-involved shooting during an attempted burglary. it
market last night. the man is in stable condition and the officer has been placed on administrative leave. maryland lawmakers have a lot to finish before the day is done. it's the final day before the state's legislative session and several key bills need votes. those bills include police reform, expanding drunk driving measures and a proposal to reduce sentences for non-violent drug dealers. right now you will want to pay attention to what lane you're driving in if your travels take you through northwest d.c. kristin wright tells us how police will be enforcing the new bus lane rules along georgia avenue. >> reporter: if you're caught driving in the bus lane, the fine is $200. it looks like a lot of people may not even be aware of this change just yet. they're still driving through the bus lane. here's what you need to know. the new bus lanes are on georgia avenue and barry place northwest
the lanes are clearly marked "bus only." this is supposed to help transit buses, tour buses, charter bu s buses, school buses and cabs. you cannot drive or park in the bus lane. the only time you can drive in it is if you're just about to make a turn. you can enter the bus lane about 40 feet before that turn. the lanes will not be enforced on sundays. later this spring, ddot is going to put down more paint to make it stand out more. kristin wright, news4. extending the 395 express lines for the d.c. line will likely shorten your drive to work. a meeting starts at 6:30 in arlington. the project will extend the 395
road to the d.c. line. the whole project is expected to be done next year. you may have noticed -- actually, we have some breaking news we want to tell you about. d.c. police holding a news conference right now. we're expected to get an update on the shooting of a 7-year-old. guys, do we have it? we want to try to listen in to this. we're just looking at a picture here from outside d.c. police headquarters where the police chief is expected to step out at any moment to give us an update on this incident. we're watching some of her command staff gathering here. as soon as we see the police chief again, we will go back to this live picture. now, as i started to say, you may have noticed some prices at the pump slowly creeping up. right now d.c. police -- right now in d.c., you are paying $2.16 a gallon on average. in maryland gas is running about $2.05 a gallon. in virginia, you're still under
$2.00. west virginia is averaging $2.01 a gallon. let's go back to headquarters and a press conference. we expect some of the command staff here. >> the victim was walking home from dinner with her parents when she was struck by a stray bullet. as i understand, the victim right now is in fair and stable condition. the gun recovery unit has been working 24/7 as well as our detectives trying to get to the bottom of this case. we've been in the area knocking on doors and recanvassing for additional information. there's been police visibility in the area, and we want to thank the community so far that's come forward with tips and information on this case. if you have any information regarding the offense or the individuals that may be connected, we ask that you call us on 727-9099. a reward of up to $10,000 is being offered in the case. additionally, i'd like to add
4:00 p.m., mayor bowser and members of the metropolitan police department will be back in the community gathering evidence and trying to get information on the case. like i said, the community walk begins around 4:00 and i can answer any questions that you have at this time. [ inaudible question ] >> we have made a good deal of progress in this case. we feel pretty confident we'll be able to get to the bottom of it. we want to continue to urge people to come forward. we don't want to discourage them from coming forward. whenever you have a circumstance like this, you had a seven-year-old with her parents and with her brother walking in her own neighborhood. i don't think there is anything more tragic than that for that young girl to have to suffer this kind of an injury. i do want to say the actions taken by the family to save her life are remarkable and pretty
heroic, the things they did to save her life. [ inaudible question ] >> there is no indication that they were the targets whatsoever. it looks like a family that was caught up. an incident occurred within close proximity to the family where gunshots were fired, so you had some brazen violent offenders with probably illegal firearms involved in an altercation. and as a result we had a young girl that was struck. very, very serious injury. [ inaudible questi ] >> it appears we had some shots that were fired during an altercation in the neighborhood, and one of the stray bullets ended up striking this little girl. >> where was the altercation? >> we don't want to give that information out right now because it could impact the investigation. i can tell you this, the community has been awesome so far in coming forth with details on this case, and we expect y'
[ inaudible question ] >> the father immediately started to -- i don't know if he has any medical background, but the father immediately assisted her with stopping bleeding on the wound. if you can imagine, and i know we all hate to imagine that, any of us that have children, to be in that situation, for him to act the way that he did under that type of pressure, like i said, it's amazing, it's remarkable, and it's very heroic. in all likelihood, he saved her life. >> you've been watching a news conference from the d.c. police department updating us on the shooting of a child. you may remember, this happened late friday night in southeast d.c., and the police leadership here telling us this is a seven-year-old that was hit by a stray bullet. >> that's right. she apparently survived because of the efforts of her parents, we're just hearing. this happened on knox place in southeast d.c. at 9:30 on friday evening. we'll continue to follow this story and bring you more as it comes
i'm angie goss here at the live desk with a story that's unfolding right outside our nation's capitol. what you're looking at here is a group democracy rally. they are staging a sit-in right now. thousands arrived after a 10-day, 140-mile march from philadelphia's liberty bell with plans to occupy this capitol. at the heart of their protests, ending corruption and big money politics making for fair elections. many of these protesters outside the capitol right now are willi willing. right now attorneys are debating who will make up the jury in one of the most heartbreaking cases in 2013. you might recall ross harris is accused of leaving his 22-month-d
seat. the little boy died while harris was at work. harris faces murder charges. jury selection could take weeks because most people know about this case already. talk about a lucky dog. meet toby. >> toby! >> toby, the sheepdog, is alive and walking after falling more than 300 feet down a rocky cliff. toby and his family were hiking around washington county, utah when his owners say he saw something, went after it and chased it off a cliff. it's not something rescuers usually do, but they came out to help when the family called 911 thursday. toby had some head injuries, he's now with his family at home, and he's recovering. it looks like pretty well. today is the perfect day to show off your own pet. we'll tell you how and why. plus, we told you about the big week ahead for the caps. there is also a lot going on for caps fans.
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you're going to see a lot of people rocking the red. the kapt tocapitols are the bes in hockey and they're in playoffs this week. the fans are excited and the players are, too. >> we're excited to see what we can do when everything is on the line. >> there is a rally this wednesday at mt. vernon square. you can be listening for more details about that. today you'll also want to follow the caps on twitter for their rock the red scavenger hunt. you find a giant letter in the word cap tolls aitols. somebody already found a c. a surprise starbuck's customer. that's a goat. take a look at some of the photos out of california right now. the goat somehow made it inside
officers took him to a nearby animal shelter. i don't know if he got any coffee, though. we'll have to see. maybe it's a goat or bunny rabbit or a puppy. we want to see your photos of you and your best friend. it is national pet day today. you can tweet or instagram your picture to nbc washington. we're going to share some of our favorites with you. barbara? for as long as you both shall live could be a little longer if you're married. a new study says you're at a higher risk of dying of cancer if you aren't hitched. researchers of the cancer prevention institute in california found unmarried men were 27% more likely to die of cancer than married men. unmarried women had a 19% higher chance. married couples tend to have better financial resources as well as private health insurance. the next time you go to a nationals game, you might see president herbert hoover in the crowd out there. >> you'll probably also see him on the field running in
presidents' race. there he is. herbie, as he's being called, won his first race in the debut yesterday. he's the new racing president this year. herbert hoover was president from 1929 to 1933. this weekend baseball was delayed because of the cold weather out there. some rain, too. >> hopefully the rain will delay today's game -- >> won't. >> won't. >> we don't want them to delay the game. tell us there's sunshine out there now. >> some areas are getting some sunshine out there. some. we're seeing maybe a little bit. i think it will eventually get to d.c. i think tonight's game will be perfect. just a little on the breezy side. that's not going to be good baseball weather because of the breeze, but it's coming from the south, so that means those temperatures are going to bump on up. we'll be looking good by this afternoon with some sunshine. now, we do have some more rain headed our way
likely after midnight, and then we have cool and calm conditions with some sunshine as we head towards the end of the week. i do think we're going to make it into the mid to upper 60s today because we'll get that sunshine. again, we are going to have that wind with us. fairly mild for this afternoon and not too bad out there right now. little on the cool side. light jacket weather with temperatures in the low to mid-50s with some areas that still have some clouds. winchester already up to 66 degrees. but again, these winds are coming out of the south, so that will help bump up that temperature even more. we have that nuisance rain moving through the area earlier today. we have a little piece of energy trying to drop some sprinkles on us. you may encounter that as we continue throughout the remainder of the day. but otherwise we've got another frontal system headed our way as we go through tonight. that's what's going to bring us for rain, after midnight, and it will continue through your morning commute. could be heavy sometimes, but should be
night. we'll keep that sunshine going as we head into wednesday as well. overnight a little rainy and a little windy out there. here's your nationals' forecast as we look at it. temperatures will be in the 50s to right around 60. the d.c. metro station has had a stabbing. pat, what can you tell us? >> reporter: barbara, it happened a short time ago here at the deanwood metro station. if you look behind me, you can see the crime scene investigators have just arrived here on the scene. we are told that the stabbing occurred in the station below ground where people go down to check in, so to speak, and then they go up on an escalator to get to the platform over there. we're told that the victim is a young adult man. we're
unconscious. at this point he was taken to a nearby hospital. the orange line which services this station, no trains are stopping here at the station, the trains are continuing through. you can see there are police officers here from metro. as you may recall, of this the scene of a murder on the saturday before 15-year-old avonte washington was on the platform and was hit with his mother and two younger sisters when he was shot in the chest for no apparent reason at all. a 17-year-old, a man by the name of maurice bellamy, was charged as an adult in that murder. so here we have a scene of violence again at the deanwood metro station. it happened a short time ago. it happened down in the station area. we're told a young man was stabbed there and
police told us the wounds were significant. we have police officers converging on the area to conduct an investigation. we'll bring you the latest coming up news4 at 4, 5 and 6. a texas couple dreamed of expanding their family and making medical history at the same time. after the break, hear from the woman who received the first ever donor uterus. plus, the ballet coming to the kennedy center this week
season we choreographed this same show. it's nice to bring it back. >> you're going to be leaving the ballet, but first let's talk about this. what is it about? >> the score is the most bombastic choreal scores ever done. it's a manuscript that they found in a german lobby in the 1900s. at first they thought it was really just chance. >> it sounds like church music, religious music. >> it turns out to be drinking songs. it's songs about love and lust and drinking and springtime and the cycle of life. >> and the dance goes along with that side of the music, the bawdy side? >> it's both religious and bawdy. when i was creating the work, the music was so big, and i was a young choreographer and
music. what do you do with the misbalanmicymbal clash? i get t you lift the girl. it's about sensitivity and love and lust. >> i want to talk about the costum costumes. these are from the designer who did "alice in wonderland." >> i worked with her on many projects. just an outlandish, creative designer. she and i have done about ten projects together including "alice in wonderland," "the legend of sleepy hollow." essentially it starts in medieval times and works itself to the present. she starts with medieval monks and works to the renaissance to the baroque period to the 19th century to the 21st
to do so, it kind of creates a story about the human journey, which is really a human story. >> this is kind of a swan song for you as you're leaving your post of the artistic director of the ballet. what now for you? >> well, after 17 years, i've had an amazing time. we've grown the washington ballet so much. our annual budget quad rupe he would, just the impact on the city has been so great. after 17 years of partnership with lots of amazing people to build the ballet as a company, as a community engagement, organizations, a school, it just seems right to pass the baton on. i'll still be living in washington, d.c., but i'll be focusing on being a choreographer full-time. i'll be working all around the world, in australia and istanbul and capetown. >> come home to washington every now and then. this opens wednesday, right? >> it opens wednesday through sunday at in
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by this morning, and we even have maybe a few sprinkles trying to touch the ground, but you can see we're trying to get some clearing with some of these clouds. i don't think that's going to be the case, but rain will arrive at midnight tonight and try to sweep through tomorrow. that's why we have rain in the forecast for at least the first part of tomorrow. i believe we'll be in the upper 50s tomorrow. tuesday night into wednesday morning, temperatures will be in the 30s, around 40, so chilly start on wednesday, but look at all that sunshine that we have thanks to high pressure. temperatures gradually going up. by sunday we're going to be right around 70 degrees. this is the type of weather that we deserve, all that sunshine and rising temperatures. thank goodness. guys? >> yeah, thank goodness. >> thank you, lauryn. that's it for news4 midday. we appreciate you joining us. we're back on the air this afternoon first at 4. >> you can get your news and weather any time with the nbc washington app. we hope you'll have a grea
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